Most Romanian companies and employees do not agree with Labor Code modifications

Newsroom 30/03/2011 | 16:26

More than 85 percent of the Romanian employees do not agree with the modifications made to the Labor Code, according to a survey made by BestJobs online recruitment site.

 More than 65 percent think the modifications are only to the benefit of employers and expect abuses from companies while 19 percent think that “the modifications were not needed.”

 More than 15 percent of respondents say the new regulations will create a balance on the labor market and will facilitate the creation of workplaces and will make the employment process more flexible.

 Surprisingly enough, the majority of companies included in the survey also do not agree the new stipulations in the Labor Code will have positive effects. More than 70 percent of the company representatives do not see the advantages of the re-examination of the Labor Code while only 25 percent believe there will be a balance on the labor market.

 The survey was made by BestJobs online recruiter on a national level between March 17 and 28 on a sample of 2,439 users. Of the respondents, more than 40 percent are aged between 25-35 years of age and approximately 70 percent have post-university studies.

Otilia Haraga

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